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lifeguard saves a small boy from drowning in a pool. >> the tall ships sail down the delaware river with the world's largest rubber ducky floating down right bide -- beside it. >> reporter: satellite and radar shows you we have thin cloud cover and plenty of early sunshine. out by pittsburgh you can see thicker clouds they will build in as the day goes on. we have tuesday storms trying to clean up, wires that are down with trees downed wires can look dead, but re-energize at any time, tell your kids to stay far away from them and you do the same. we have temperatures in the 50s
and 60s across the region. this afternoon of this afternoon will be a warm one # -- 86 degrees, i'll details on that including a spotty shower or thunderstorm and another round of rain coming in the for the weekend. matt pellman what do the roads look like so far. >> reporter: they look okay, schuylkill expressway looks all right, tail lights heading toward the vine street express way which is open after the overnight construction cleared out of the way. in cheltenham we have downed wires from an overnight crash blocking willow grove avenue, stay on station avenue by north hills county club. we have many sets of downed wires, most of the them attributed to the storm on tuesday on tuesday, 322 will get you around them. cherry hill along 70 at springdale road two right lanes
out of commission expect delays like yesterday. evesham township elm wood road blocked, old marlton pike the alternate there. patco is running unlike yesterday morning on the thursday track work schedule today. the ac rail line not running njt buses continue to cross honor the tickets. tam and nydia. now there's been a lot of progress in the effort to restore electricity after tuesday rasp storm. peco has 58,000 outages mostly in chester and delaware county. atlantic city has 129,000 pse&g is working to get the power back on for 15,000 customers delmarva is getting it turned back on for 4,000, katherine scott is live in brook haven delaware where a lot of people are wondering when will they flip the switch good morning. >> reporter: good morning, tam that's right, a lot of people
without power here in brook haven officials set up a shelter at borough hall three people coming to get food. three people slept there last night and more people showing up for meals. delaware county is opening a shelter at ppl park they talked to philadelphia union officials yesterday so people can take a shower and have food as the cleanup efforts continue. another day of cleanup in delaware county. residents spent their wednesday trying to get their home in order after storm snapped trees and tore down power lines. >> i got caught driving in it. it was horrifying. >> i parked it was surreal. i thought for a second, this is not real. >> reporter: thousands remain without power several shelters open in the power hundreds have come to this shelter at borough
hall for food and place to cool off. crews are working to restore power and clear the devastation. >> our may it please maintenance department along with the first responders and management team are working around the clock. >> peco continues to work bringing the crews out restoring power and bringing crews in from other places as far away as ohio. >> reporter: the estimate is most people will have their power back by friday night, some people might have to wait until saturday. live in brook haven, katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> reporter: in south jersey now, cell phone video shows tuesday's storm moments before the blew the roof off the firehouse. power winds left everything scarmted across the -- scattered across the neighbor's backyard. >> the black sky come across, shut the doors down that's when
it hit. we heard a big loud boom which was the roof coming off the buildings. >> my office, the career staff office, our meeting room everything we worked on a year ago to renovate this hall on volunteer time is destroyed. >> only moments earlier in nearby east greene windchill the storm -- greenwich the storm blew havoc across a sub diswition. >> police are he -- subdivision. police are questioning the quick action of a lifeguard and bystander for saving a little boy. the father was distracted by a phone call, the lifeguard saw the child needed help and pulled him to safety and performed cpr. >> as soon as the child was okay en route on reading hospital she was back to work. filled give out award, i would
give the lifeguard and management the award. >> the boy was conclusion and alert before being taken to reading hospital for observation. apple has fixed an annoying issue for its customers, and a big grocery store chain is blamed for overcharging customers. >> reporter: whole foots is charged with overcharging their customers in their new york city store. whole foods said the city has not provided any actual evidence of the overcharging. greece's death stocks stalled and the dow fell. 40% of people don't how much money their spouse makes.
10% of those who didn't know were off by $25,000. not knowing how much your husband or wife earns makes it difficult how much to save and how much to plan for the future. apple has fixed an annoying problem with the ios upgrade it will delete apps on your iphone before installing the new operating system, once the installation is complete, it will reinstall the apps. what to delete what to save, hard choice to marker on our phones. >> i'm with you. thanks maribel. tall ships sail into port this afternoon docking along the delaware river. taking a live look, some of the sailing vessels have arrived they are gorgeous, such a sight to his others will be -- to see, others will be floating down the river during a parade on the water. join us today at 2:00 p.m. for a
special live broadcast for the tall ships parade of sail. adam joseph, karen rogers, alicia vitarelli and sharrie williams will bring you live coverage as the ships sail up the delaware river. it's going to be and you awesome. hopefully the weather will be awesome. >> reporter: we'll see an increase in clouds and dry conditions in the afternoon. storm tracker 6 live double scan shows we're dry to start out. sky6 live hd 6 looking out over the ocean nice and tranquil waters out there. dewpoints are low, so it's not that humid the temperatures treating us fairly well. 69 degrees in philadelphia. some suburbs in the 50s, 59 in allentown, nice, cool, comfortable air in place. 62 in trenton. 65 in wilmington. 62 in millville. upper 60s are to the early morning stroll along the boardwalk a. sunshine will give way to increasing clouds as the day goes on, 6:00 p.m. the model is not showing much in the way of
rain. i can't rule out a pop-up shower or thunderstorm in spots by 5:00, 6:00, there's a chance we maintain dry conditions until later in the evening. the latest model run is not showing a whole lot between 6:00 and 11:00, i think it is unselling it a little -- under selling it a little bit. it's not going to be as widespread or damaging as what we had on tuesday. you want to take cover because the storm prediction center has us at an eastern tip of a large area of instability that could produce a gusty thunderstorm. that will be later today but more essentially this evening. in allentown we're going tore a warm one of 83 degrees, spotty shower possible in the lehigh valley, but the better chance is farther south through the region especially south jersey and delaware. increasing clouds at the shore
82 degrees is the high there. in philadelphia, 86 degrees, warm, clouds increasing in the afternoon, fairly comfortable all things considered down by the water, watch the tall ships you'll have the blazing sunshine on your shoulders humidity is low. 72 by 8:00. 81 by 11:00. 85 by 2:00. the high of 86 by 3:00 p.m. this afternoon. tomorrow, a damp start with overnight rain from the wave of low pressure pulling away, peeks of sun in the afternoon, high of 78. uniform on saturday another wave of low pressure arrives this could bring a soaking rain beginning saturday ranch and going into -- saturday afternoon and going into sunday evening. nice afternoon for the parade of sails. friday, morning rain and 78 degrees, saturday cooler and rainy, the match for union match
at ppl park, bring an umbrella to that. sunday slight chance of pop up thundershower, 78 degrees, mostly dry. warmer heading into next week. >> new video coming from in from the scene of a military training crash out west. >> we're getting a look at the corrections officer link the to the new york prison came. >> reporter: bristol road we're getting reports of metal debris, no problems on the vine, more on that after the breaks. >> lexus goes back to the future for a few product you might have a hard time getting this for somebody's birthday or under the christmas tree. we'll tell you about that in tech bytes.
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getting out of there may not be too cute. >> reporter: we'll have the parade of traffic that will be building. we're watching an issue organ the vine street expressway eastbound side it's a broken down van, i was trying to see if if they zoomed in with the camera. looks like a painted rubber ducky on the side. we have a whole bunch of downed trees and wires, from the storms on tuesday in westtown township, 926 is blocked pleasant grove road a possible alternate around that. locust grove road gets you around wawaset road. and southbound lanes of baltimore pike are blocked. smith bridge road or 322 gets you around that.
crossing the river in gloucester county route 44 blocked because of downed wires stay on 295. there's a lot of ramps in the area blocked because of more downed wires traffic lights on out organ route 44 as they are in turnersville a lot of out altogether, when you come to a dark traffic light treat it like a stop sign. pitman without delsea drive and pitman avenue, use 561 to get around those downed wires. an f-16 crashed in arizona the crash sparked a fire, but no damage to opens homes or businesses, authorities have not given any details on the status of the pilot. a corrections officer is under arrest police say his action helped two convicted
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late in the day or this evening there's a chance of pop-up shower or thunderstorm. most of the daytime period is dry and that's good for you who want to head to penns landing or watch the tall ships this afternoon. there's a line of severe weather from denver extending to the east coast. areas south of philadelphia through south jest and delaware on the edge -- south jersey and delaware, on the edge of this, that means any storm that could form has the potential of gusty it's something to keep in mind. we have showers and recent thunderstorms in chicago/o'hare, no major delays yet, i would keep my eyes on the midwest and that line extending toward denver as we go in the afternoon and storms could wind up causing delays later. >> going on to "healthcheck," could vitamins be responsible for acne break outs?
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>> breaking right now on "action news," a fast-moving fire guts a home in south jersey now officials are trying to figure out if the flames are related to power problems. >> a pro sports team is opening its stadium to storm victims today. >> mayor nutter is meeting with his counterpart in rome as part of the hope's big visit in the fall. good morning, matt o'donnell is off, nydia han joins us, let's go over